The Union is hands-down the most versatile pocket-toolkit I’ve seen

If your question is ‘how many tools in a multitool is too many tools?’, let me tell you, that answer changes practically every month. Each time I see a new multitool EDC, I’m convinced that there’s no such thing as too many tools as long as the device remains portable. However, I’m now convinced that we’ve reached what I call “peak multitool”, and there’s no getting better or moving forward from here. The Union by Toler Tools is a pocket-sized product that puts tools into your pocket that you didn’t previously think were possible. It has an adjustable wrench, a screwdriver with multiple heads, a pair of pliers with a built-in wirecutter, a miniature handsaw that cuts through metal, and a pocket knife… in a size that fits basically most of your toolshed right into your pocket.

Designed with unprecedented range and ability, the Union is a traveling toolshed. The patent-pending Omnilock wrench allows you to get into tough places and lets you handle a range of sizes easily and quickly. Using self-adjusting and ratcheting mechanisms, the wrench securely tightens around nuts and bolts, giving you all the grip you need to tighten loose bolts anywhere. The Union sports a two-part design that allows you to detach the pliers unit from the wrench for further precision, holding onto parts with one hand while tightening them with the other. Also built into it is a screwdriver with four interchangeable heads. The driver itself is detachable and can be attached to either piece (the wrench or the plier) depending on your needs, and even docks sideways too, giving you a T-grip for screws that are exceptionally tough to loosen or tighten. Docked inside the Union’s body are also interchangeable heads, with one flathead, two Phillips heads, and an Allen head, giving you control over a wide variety of fairly popular screws.

When all’s said and done, the Union packs two blades too, as is fairly common with multitools. A handsaw blade, made from heat-treated D2 steel, comes with a serrated edge that can cleanly slice through wood or even metal, and a 3.125″ pocket-knife blade lets you cut and slice through regular items, opening boxes, cutting cords, etc.

This unusual combination of tools (especially with the remarkable self-adjusting wrench) compressed into a product smaller than your smartphone is pretty much what gives the Union its incredible competitive edge. on the more functional, get-hands-dirty side of the EDC spectrum, the Union isn’t just a regular multitool. It’s an all-out, portable, hardware solution!

Designer: Michael Newman of Toler Tools

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This handy piece of limited-edition EDC is made entirely from Damascus Steel!

The Boker Merlin is made entirely from Damascus steel

Barring the pivot and the two screws that hold the handle and blade together, the Boker Merlin is entirely made from the legendary marbled metal. Created as a special edition, the variant is based off one of Boker’s classic designs by Wilfried Gorski. Partnering with Chad Nichols, a trained steel-smith who’s perfected the art of making corrosion-resistant Damascus Steel, Boker spared quite literally no effort by building every component of the knife from the marbled metal, right from the blade to the handle, to even the back spacer and interlock slider.

The result is a fairly classic and light-weight pocket knife that’s completely stunning to look at and one-of-a-kind. Limited to just 398 pieces (199 for USA and 199 for Europe), each knife comes with a certificate of authenticity, a unique serial number, and a pretty hefty price tag, but where else would you find a 100% Damascus Steel knife?

Designer: Wilfried Gorski for Boker

The Boker Merlin is made entirely from Damascus steel

The Boker Merlin is made entirely from Damascus steel

The Boker Merlin is made entirely from Damascus steel

The Boker Merlin is made entirely from Damascus steel

Dango watches quick-release lugs & straps means you sport a unique watch everyday!

A lot of care and curation goes into the outfit you wear everyday. From your shirt, all the way to your shoes, everything is picked compliment one another in order to look great as a whole. The Dango Modular Watch takes on a similar approach.

Split a watch into three key details, the face, the lugs, and the band, Dango’s watch comes with interchangeable parts, allowing you to easily build a watch the way you build an outfit…with care, consideration, and a sense of style. The Dango Watch’s dial comes in three different design variants. A minimal-yet-solid Trek variant for people who want a watch face that’s bold but not overdone; a more chunky, diver-friendly variant titled the Dive, that’s armed with luminescent dials and a water resistance of up to 200 ATM; and lastly, a variant for the serious wristwatch aficionado, the Chrono, with its three subdials, also including a stopwatch.

The three visual styles broadly cater to three different personas (although it’s highly likely that you could like more than one, just like me), but boast of the same ability to switch up bands and lugs. They’re built to be inter-compatible (so that bands and lugs can be used between too), and you can even ditch the lug by attaching the band directly to the watch’s body. While visually different, the watches come with the same attention to detail and level of construction we’ve come to know and love with all of Dango’s EDC products. Each watch is powered by a Swiss Ronda Movement encased in a 316L stainless steel casing and viewed through a sapphire crystal. While a RONDA Cal. # 515-2 powers the Dive and the Trek, giving both variants a battery life of 45 months, the Chrono comes with a RONDA Cal. # 3540.D, packed with a larger battery that powers it for 54 months. All three watch styles pack a date window too, for extra measure.

At the very heart of the Dango watch is its ability to be modular. The interchangeable lugs and bands instantly allow the watch faces to take on different avatars, allowing some to go well with casual apparel, some to complement a leather jacket, and others to look great with a suit and a tie. With a choice between NATO, Stainless Steel, Silicone, and Horween leather straps, you can simply and easily change the way the watch looks on your wrist (even choosing to use or ditch the lugs to create unique styles), allowing it to be crafted with the care and diligence you’d take to choose your outfit… and it its strong, robust, long-lasting build, the Dango will see you through all your style-updates and changes through the years!

Designers: Thuan Tran, Binh Tran & Charlie Carroll

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Dango Modular Watches with Quick Release Lugs and Straps come with Swiss Movement, Fine Materials and Modular Components. The line includes: the TREK – a field watch, DIVE – a sport watch that accompanies you on every adventure, and CHRONO – an automotive inspired chronograph watch.

The TK-01 Trek, DV-01 Dive and CR-01 Chrono. Split a watch into three key details, the face, the lugs, and the band, Dango’s watch comes with interchangeable parts, allowing you to easily build a watch the way you build an outfit…with care, consideration, and a sense of style.

The Design Story – The Dango Watch’s dial comes in three different design variants. A minimal-yet-solid Trek variant for people who want a watch face that’s bold but not overdone; a more chunky, diver-friendly variant titled the Dive, that’s armed with luminescent dials and a water resistance of up to 200 ATM; and lastly, a variant for the serious wristwatch aficionado, the Chrono, with its three subdials, also including a stopwatch.

The Trek Watch

The Dive Watch

The Chrono Watch

Features

Each watch is powered by a Swiss Ronda Movement encased in a 316L stainless steel casing and viewed through a sapphire crystal. All of the watches come equipped with interchangeable lugs & quick release straps providing comfort, versatility and character.

Interchangeable Lugs and Straps along with Quick Release Spring Bars

How to change the lugs.

How to change the watch strap.

The watch buckle.

Available Straps: Nato Strap, Ventilated Silicone Sport Band, Horween Leather Strap and Stainless Steel Bracelet with Micro Adjustment Buckle. Horween Leather offers an unparalleled blend of quality, consistency, responsiveness, and innovation. It is available on the TK-01 TREK Watch or the CR-01 Chronograph Watch.

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This Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) coated pen is machined for perfection

“What we experience, and what we remember about what we’ve experienced are two totally different things.” – Jeremy Finch.

That’s what the Twist Pen is all about. Creating a UX that’s so good it instantly gets etched in one’s memory. Whether it’s the pen’s satisfying twist-and-click actuation, or the textures around the grip and the twisting knobs, or even the pen’s weighted, cool metallic feel. The Twist is a modern classic. It isn’t edgy, it doesn’t over-innovate, and it isn’t disposable. It’s the kind of pen you’ll use for years, only because it’s the kind of pen your hands will love to hold and your brain will undeniably get used to.

The Twist Pen is precisely machined from an aerospace-grade metal stock, and is then given a DLC (Diamond-like Carbon) coating to enhance its strength and resistance to scuffs, scratches, or abrasions. Available in Brass, Stainless Steel, and Black DLC, the pen feels well-weighted with a balanced center of mass, and was made to be extremely durable and resistant to abrasions. It features a simple, easy to use design, with a textured metal grip that your fingers instantly get used to, and a twist-to-open mechanism on the top that turns with a satisfying click to expose or withdraw the pen’s tip. The Twist comes included with an Itoya Aqua Roller gel refill, and is designed to be compatible with all Parker-style or G2 refills. It even includes the classic pocket clip (with a recessed clip locator) allowing you to easily whip out and holster your pen whenever needed.

Every aspect of the Twist was designed to be the best version of itself. The pen’s build is robust and durable yet comfortable, and features a balanced center of mass that makes writing with it truly comfortable. The metal body also packs a neat patterned grip that makes the pen easy to write with, and a refill that provides a buttery smooth writing experience. Lastly, the pen’s twist-action-mechanism is engineered and machined to perfection. With absolutely tight tolerances and a smooth tactile experience that ends with a simple, satisfying click, the Twist’s user experience isn’t something you can possibly ignore (even visually, with that anodized orange pop!). Its design is simple yet impactful and memorable, and it clearly isn’t designed to be a product only for your eyes. Even in your hands, the Twist is designed to have a memorable UX… and who’s to say that twist-to-open mechanism won’t become a fidget toy in your hands?!

Designer: Machine Era

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The Field Pen Line: The Twist. It’s the first design by Machine Era that incorporates Parker size refills. The fully machined body is integrated with tactile details, smooth ‘lock in’ action, and an effortless gel writer from Itoya.

Design Features: Fits Parker size refills, Tactile Grip Detail, Balanced Center of Mass, Fully machined from solid stock, Anodized aluminum Twist Button, Black versions coated with DLC, Solid in hand feel, No play tight tolerance tip, Recessed clip locator pocket

Colors Available:

What Is DLC – Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) is a type of PVD coating, it’s impact resistant, and almost impossible to scratch. DLC coatings are used in sectors that require highly precise and extremely durable components – it’s commonly used in performance racing, aircraft, firearm, and fine watch industries.

Clip: Manufactured in New England from proper spring steel. This important part is chrome plated and DLC coated in models with black detail. Made in USA

Mechanism: For motion control, the designers have gone with the Schmidt Easy Glide for super clean, satisfying twist motion engagement. Machined from stainless steel and thermoplastic, it has a ‘lock in’ feature. Once the cartridge is extended to its full length it will lock in place, preventing retraction until turned back in the other direction. Made in Germany

Ink: After running through many different Parker size ink cartridges, the team has settled on the Itoya Aquaroller as the best choice for this writing tool. The 0.7mm acid free gel ink flows onto your writing surface like no other. It’s very reliable, and starts flowing as soon as it hits the paper. No scribbling to get it going. Made in Japan.

By using Swiss-type turning techniques, Adam & Ryan are able to deliver parts that are extremely accurate – tolerances usually reserved for medical and aerospace industries.

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The Kershaw Barricade knife also packs a seatbelt cutter and emergency glass-breaker

The Kershaw Barricade is EDC that’s absolutely worth carrying, especially while traveling. Its design doesn’t just pack a nice, black-oxide-coated 8Cr13MoV steel blade with a drop-point edge, it also packs two other potentially life-saving features. Built into the Barricade’s practically unbreakable glass-filled nylon handle (that’s also colored fluorescent orange, making it easy to spot in emergencies) are a Seatbelt Cutter, and a Glass-breaker, two exceptionally handy things to have on you no matter where you travel. The seatbelt cutter, integrated into the base of the handle, allows you to swiftly and smoothly slice through seatbelt fabric, and the carbide glassbreaker tip right at the bottom, allows you to instantly shatter the tough triplex glass used in automobiles. Together, the Barricade isn’t just a useful tool for getting yourself out of a fix, it could also potentially help you save a lot of other people’s lives… especially if you’re a first-responder. It also has a pretty darn amazing blade too, courtesy Kershaw’s experience in building some of the finest pocket knives known to man…

Designer: Kershaw

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The WESN Allman shows why great tools should be simple and elegant

The WESN Allman takes on a pretty bold task of perfecting one of the most already-beloved quintessential knife designs. The classic drop-point flipper. One of the most popular knife styles in the world, the drop-point is called so because the spine of the blade (above the edge) drops downward, giving it a more pronounced tip. The edge of the blade travels upwards to meet the gently dropping spine at this somewhat centrally located tip, making it a knife that’s almost as functional as a spear, and an ideal knife for piercing as well as cutting. Most Swiss Army Knife multitools make use of the Drop Point knife, and have helped democratize this style. The flipper format too, is perhaps the most common format for pocket knives. The blade rotates into a hollow handle, and flicks out when the mechanism is actuated using a small trigger under the thumb.

The Allman is no different in this regard. It’s compact, like most pocket knives, and features a drop-point blade with a switchblade mechanism. However, it tries to be a specimen of absolute finesse and perfection in its category… much like a well-aged single-malt amidst a sea of spirits. The Allman knife comes in a compact 3.5-inch form factor, with a 2.75-inch blade concealed within it. It’s designed to fit perfectly into the palm of your hand, and is weighted in a way that makes maneuvering the knife easy too. The Allman features an S35vn steel blade, a material respected in both the industry and the field, and swings open from within the handle with a smooth one-hand deployment action courtesy the ball bearing pivot.

The Allman’s handle explores two classic material variants too. The G10 fiberglass handle is a complete crowd favorite, giving the knife a certain lightness yet not compromising on durability even the slightest. The G10’s anti-corrosion, weatherproof, sturdy nature allows it to last much longer than any other polymer. On the other hand, the Allman also comes with the option of a titanium handle. Titanium, the choice of connoisseurs, lasts generations long without showing any signs of stress. It also happens to have the highest strength to weight ratio of all the known metals, allowing the knife to attain a balance that makes it comfortable to use.

Using industry standards, refined mechanisms, a crowd-favorite design, and premium materials, the Allman pocket knife is what classics are made of. It comes with a pocket clip and a lanyard hole built into it too, to make carrying it around convenient at all time… and a lifetime warranty to ensure you’ll be using it all the time.

Designer: Billy Chester of WESN

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With a 2.75” blade and a 3.5” handle, the WESN Allman is a compact, lightweight knife that fits right in your hand. Available in both a titanium and G10 option, the Allman is perfectly weighted and designed to be at your side wherever you go.

The Allman is manual-open with a flipper tab for ease and their perfectly-weighted, American-made S35vn steel blade opens beautifully with a ball-bearing pivot.

The WESN Allman Titanium & the WESN Titanium Micro Blade

Whether you choose the G10 or Titanium options, the Allman is ready for whatever you throw at it. They refused to sacrifice functionality for good looks. What they did instead was to get rid of anything unnecessary or superfluous, and to let the hard-working nature of the knife speak for itself.

With both the frame lock (Titanium model) and the liner lock (G10 model), you can use the Allman in any situation with peace of mind, knowing your blade is firmly locked into place. Whether you want to use this knife as your casual all-purpose EDC, or if you want to put it hard to work as your hunting knife, the Allman’s G10 or Titanium options guarantee you’ll find the perfect fit.

Titanium is world-renowned for its toughness. Not only is it a hardy, long-lasting material, it’s also incredibly lightweight. This means that, when it comes to the Allman, you can get the best of both worlds: a knife frame unrivaled in toughness and durability while simultaneously lightweight and easy to carry. Your Allman can hang with you wherever you go without becoming a burden in the slightest. Plus, with that one-of-a-kind color that only titanium provides, it’ll look slick the whole time.

G10 is one of the most popular materials used in knife making, and for good reason. It’s the toughest glass fiber option available. On top of being durable, it’s also known for being incredibly strong and resistant to chemicals, as well as maintaining its integrity under intense climate conditions. You can take it anywhere and know it will stand up to whatever you throw at it — so naturally, this all adds up to G10 being a perfect choice for the Allman.

The Allman’s milled pocket clip ensures that your knife will be by your side wherever you go while staying sleek and unobtrusive.

Partnering up with Stock & Barrel the WESN Allman Leather sleeve has been crafted keeping simplicity in mind. The sleeve is multifunctional and gives you a variety of carry options, in your pocket, on your belt or at your side.

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The Twist Pen is all about creating an unforgettably satisfying user-experience

“What we experience, and what we remember about what we’ve experienced are two totally different things.” – Jeremy Finch.

That’s what the Twist Pen is all about. Creating a UX that’s so good it instantly gets etched in one’s memory. Whether it’s the pen’s satisfying twist-and-click actuation, or the textures around the grip and the twisting knobs, or even the pen’s weighted, cool metallic feel. The Twist is a modern classic. It isn’t edgy, it doesn’t over-innovate, and it isn’t disposable. It’s the kind of pen you’ll use for years, only because it’s the kind of pen your hands will love to hold and your brain will undeniably get used to.

The Twist Pen is precisely machined from an aerospace-grade metal stock, and is then given a DLC (Diamond-like Carbon) coating to enhance its strength and resistance to scuffs, scratches, or abrasions. Available in Brass, Stainless Steel, and Black DLC, the pen feels well-weighted with a balanced center of mass, and was made to be extremely durable and resistant to abrasions. It features a simple, easy to use design, with a textured metal grip that your fingers instantly get used to, and a twist-to-open mechanism on the top that turns with a satisfying click to expose or withdraw the pen’s tip. The Twist comes included with an Itoya Aqua Roller gel refill, and is designed to be compatible with all Parker-style or G2 refills. It even includes the classic pocket clip (with a recessed clip locator) allowing you to easily whip out and holster your pen whenever needed.

Every aspect of the Twist was designed to be the best version of itself. The pen’s build is robust and durable yet comfortable, and features a balanced center of mass that makes writing with it truly comfortable. The metal body also packs a neat patterned grip that makes the pen easy to write with, and a refill that provides a buttery smooth writing experience. Lastly, the pen’s twist-action-mechanism is engineered and machined to perfection. With absolutely tight tolerances and a smooth tactile experience that ends with a simple, satisfying click, the Twist’s user experience isn’t something you can possibly ignore (even visually, with that anodized orange pop!). Its design is simple yet impactful and memorable, and it clearly isn’t designed to be a product only for your eyes. Even in your hands, the Twist is designed to have a memorable UX… and who’s to say that twist-to-open mechanism won’t become a fidget toy in your hands?!

Designer: Machine Era

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The Field Pen Line: The Twist. It’s the first design by Machine Era that incorporates Parker size refills. The fully machined body is integrated with tactile details, smooth ‘lock in’ action, and an effortless gel writer from Itoya.

Design Features: Fits Parker size refills, Tactile Grip Detail, Balanced Center of Mass, Fully machined from solid stock, Anodized aluminum Twist Button, Black versions coated with DLC, Solid in hand feel, No play tight tolerance tip, Recessed clip locator pocket

Colors Available:

Clip: Manufactured in New England from proper spring steel. This important part is chrome plated and DLC coated in models with black detail. Made in USA

Mechanism: For motion control, the designers have gone with the Schmidt Easy Glide for super clean, satisfying twist motion engagement. Machined from stainless steel and thermoplastic, it has a ‘lock in’ feature. Once the cartridge is extended to its full length it will lock in place, preventing retraction until turned back in the other direction. Made in Germany

Ink: After running through many different Parker size ink cartridges, the team has settled on the Itoya Aquaroller as the best choice for this writing tool. The 0.7mm acid free gel ink flows onto your writing surface like no other. It’s very reliable, and starts flowing as soon as it hits the paper. No scribbling to get it going. Made in Japan.

What Is DLC – Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) is a type of PVD coating, it’s impact resistant, and almost impossible to scratch. DLC coatings are used in sectors that require highly precise and extremely durable components – it’s commonly used in performance racing, aircraft, firearm, and fine watch industries.

By using Swiss-type turning techniques, Adam & Ryan are able to deliver parts that are extremely accurate – tolerances usually reserved for medical and aerospace industries.

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The WESN Allman knife is a purebred modern classic

The WESN Allman takes on a pretty bold task of perfecting one of the most already-beloved quintessential knife designs. The classic drop-point flipper. One of the most popular knife styles in the world, the drop-point is called so because the spine of the blade (above the edge) drops downward, giving it a more pronounced tip. The edge of the blade travels upwards to meet the gently dropping spine at this somewhat centrally located tip, making it a knife that’s almost as functional as a spear, and an ideal knife for piercing as well as cutting. Most Swiss Army Knife multitools make use of the Drop Point knife, and have helped democratize this style. The flipper format too, is perhaps the most common format for pocket knives. The blade rotates into a hollow handle, and flicks out when the mechanism is actuated using a small trigger under the thumb.

The Allman is no different in this regard. It’s compact, like most pocket knives, and features a drop-point blade with a switchblade mechanism. However, it tries to be a specimen of absolute finesse and perfection in its category… much like a well-aged single-malt amidst a sea of spirits. The Allman knife comes in a compact 3.5-inch form factor, with a 2.75-inch blade concealed within it. It’s designed to fit perfectly into the palm of your hand, and is weighted in a way that makes maneuvering the knife easy too. The Allman features an S35vn steel blade, a material respected in both the industry and the field, and swings open from within the handle with a smooth one-hand deployment action courtesy the ball bearing pivot.

The Allman’s handle explores two classic material variants too. The G10 fiberglass handle is a complete crowd favorite, giving the knife a certain lightness yet not compromising on durability even the slightest. The G10’s anti-corrosion, weatherproof, sturdy nature allows it to last much longer than any other polymer. On the other hand, the Allman also comes with the option of a titanium handle. Titanium, the choice of connoisseurs, lasts generations long without showing any signs of stress. It also happens to have the highest strength to weight ratio of all the known metals, allowing the knife to attain a balance that makes it comfortable to use.

Using industry standards, refined mechanisms, a crowd-favorite design, and premium materials, the Allman pocket knife is what classics are made of. It comes with a pocket clip and a lanyard hole built into it too, to make carrying it around convenient at all time… and a lifetime warranty to ensure you’ll be using it all the time.

Designer: Billy Chester of WESN

Click Here To Buy Now: $75 $125 (40% off)

With a 2.75” blade and a 3.5” handle, the WESN Allman is a compact, lightweight knife that fits right in your hand. Available in both a titanium and G10 option, the Allman is perfectly weighted and designed to be at your side wherever you go.

The Allman is manual-open with a flipper tab for ease and their perfectly-weighted, American-made S35vn steel blade opens beautifully with a ball-bearing pivot.

The WESN Allman Titanium & the WESN Titanium Micro Blade

Whether you choose the G10 or Titanium options, the Allman is ready for whatever you throw at it. They refused to sacrifice functionality for good looks. What they did instead was to get rid of anything unnecessary or superfluous, and to let the hard-working nature of the knife speak for itself.

With both the frame lock (Titanium model) and the liner lock (G10 model), you can use the Allman in any situation with peace of mind, knowing your blade is firmly locked into place. Whether you want to use this knife as your casual all-purpose EDC, or if you want to put it hard to work as your hunting knife, the Allman’s G10 or Titanium options guarantee you’ll find the perfect fit.

Titanium is world-renowned for its toughness. Not only is it a hardy, long-lasting material, it’s also incredibly lightweight. This means that, when it comes to the Allman, you can get the best of both worlds: a knife frame unrivaled in toughness and durability while simultaneously lightweight and easy to carry. Your Allman can hang with you wherever you go without becoming a burden in the slightest. Plus, with that one-of-a-kind color that only titanium provides, it’ll look slick the whole time.

G10 is one of the most popular materials used in knife making, and for good reason. It’s the toughest glass fiber option available. On top of being durable, it’s also known for being incredibly strong and resistant to chemicals, as well as maintaining its integrity under intense climate conditions. You can take it anywhere and know it will stand up to whatever you throw at it — so naturally, this all adds up to G10 being a perfect choice for the Allman.

The Allman’s milled pocket clip ensures that your knife will be by your side wherever you go while staying sleek and unobtrusive.

Partnering up with Stock & Barrel the WESN Allman Leather sleeve has been crafted keeping simplicity in mind. The sleeve is multifunctional and gives you a variety of carry options, in your pocket, on your belt or at your side.

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An easy-to-carry every-day-carry!

The KLIP is one of those EDC products that doesn’t try to take on too much. It does one thing and does it right. Made with a robust titanium body, the KLIP is a convenient little blade housed inside a compact pocket clip, allowing you to fasten it to your pocket or your belt. Its tiny size and portable nature make it not just an EDC but an EEDC (an easy-to-carry everyday carry). The size of a single key, the KLIP works as a keychain too, allowing you to carry/fasten your keys to your pocket while you travel.

The KLIP measures a mere 60mm when closed, and not more than 85mm when opened. It comes with a question-mark design that serves as a suspension hook/clip, but also allows the blade to sit in a recess in the back. The KLIP’s blade measures just over 27mm, comes made from 440C stainless steel, and sports a pointed tanto-style cutting edge and tip that’s great for slicing as well as piercing. The blade’s housed in an incredibly resilient Grade 5 Titanium body that promises to last not for years, but for generations.

“KLIP’s versatility and unique design make it ideal for your everyday adventures”, say the guys at Dapper Design, the California-based studio behind the KLIP. The small form factor enables the KLIP to be the kind of EDC you’d mindlessly carry with you everyday. The blade’s constant presence is what makes it so incredibly useful… and that Titanium construction means the KLIP will be your trusty partner for the rest of your life.

Designer: Dapper Design, LLC

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KLIP is a Titanium Pocket Knife and EDC suspension hook. An awesome everyday-carry suspension key hook with built-in pocket knife, KLIP is crafted from Grade 5 Titanium with a stonewashed finish. The first combination of its kind, KLIP neatly carries your keys and features a built-in precision blade.

KLIP has the perfect balance of tension and flexibility; not too tight, not too loose! Safely put it on your belt loop, put it in your pocket, put it wherever. Carrying hard keys in our pocket can potentially scratch our smart devices. If your keychain has accessories like microlights or a utility knife, this only adds to the discomfort and awkward clump at the bottom of your pocket. KLIP solves this problem.

KLIP takes the conventional suspension clip to a whole new level of functionality.

Whether you consider yourself a minimalist or you carry more keys than the average person, KLIP is the ultimate everyday carry hook option for you.

Expertly engineered using grade 5 titanium, KLIP is designed to withstand serious abuse, making it a durable companion for the most demanding cutting needs.

Open letters, packages, remove staples or cut paper with the KLIP!

While KLIP works with most standard split key-rings, the twist-lock steel cable rings are best for strength, security, and style.

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We’re in awe of the TOPS Quickie Karambit’s slender, functional design

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Form follows function, as the saying goes, right? The Quickie Karambit by TOPS exploits that adage in a way that gives it quite a visual advantage. Unlike most knives with thick, grippable grips and long, sharp blades, the Quickie keeps things short and sweet. The Quickie doesn’t give you a handle to grip onto, but rather fills the negative space of your hand when you close your fingers into a fist. This gives you a sense of comfort as you hold the blade, while also resulting in a karambit that’s unsettlingly thin, but just as effective. The Quickie also comes with an index finger ring that lets you hold the knife properly, and a two-edged talon-shaped blade that’s characteristic of Karambit designs.

The Karambit, originally believed to be developed in West Sumatra, takes inspiration from the claws of a tiger. As with most weapons of the region, it was originally an agricultural implement designed to rake roots, gather threshing and plant rice in most of Southeast Asia. It also worked as a self-defense weapon against predators or in combat. The modern karambit falls under the category of EDC, being used for cutting, shredding, and raking in the outdoors. The Quickie, built for utility, enables all sorts of outdoor cutting activities, and even comes with a neat sheathe to cover the blade when not in use!

Designer: TOPS Knives

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